Recommended Reads for Journalism Professionals

Taking a close look at how local stations connect Black Americans, the role of the weathercaster, and the Pedro Gomez Foundation Fund.

Pedro Gomez speaks to a journalism class at the Cronkite School (Photo courtesy: ASU Cronkite School)
Pedro Gomez speaks to a journalism class at the Cronkite School (Photo courtesy: ASU Cronkite School)

Broadcasters Connect Black Americans with Local News and Entertainment

This Black History Month, NAB is taking a close look at how local stations connect Black Americans to their community and how local reporters serve our changing world.

With the Loss of Physical Newsrooms, How are Young Journalists Faring?

The loss of physical workplaces due to the coronavirus pandemic has had a particularly harmful impact on many journalists just starting out in their careers.

The safety training community should reflect the journalists that it serves

Advisers know how to keep journalists safe in war zones. But new challenges in the US are a different story.

How do TV meteorologists stay relevant in today’s world of on-demand viewing and forecasts on a phone?

This video features our former colleague Frank Mungeam, now Chief Innovation Officer of the Local Media Association, discussing how the role of the weathercaster should be re-imagined for the modern era.

Pedro Gomez Fund will Honor the Memory, Impact of Beloved Baseball Reporter

ASU’s Cronkite School and Pedro Gomez’s family established the Pedro Gomez Foundation Fund to honor his memory and continue his impact on sports journalism students.